Over the past decade, a new corporate form, the “benefit corporation”, has become increasingly available and increasingly popular across the United States. A benefit corporation is a special form of corporation that, in addition to aiming to generate profits by operating a business, promotes one or more public benefits that are identified in its constating ...
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